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Most trains calling at Victoria are operated by Northern, except for Trans Pennine Express services from Liverpool to Newcastle and during engineering works, when some trains are diverted from Piccadilly.
Manchester Victoria is a major interchange for the Metrolink light rail system.
The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) was the classic Stephen Vincent Benet folkloric tale of an 1840s New Hampshire farmer selling his soul to the devil, and has the deal argued by famed lawyer Webster.
The headquarters of the L&YR were based alongside Victoria.
By the mid-1840s six railway companies operated from the station connecting Manchester to London, Glasgow, Liverpool, Leeds and Sheffield.
Trams switch to on-street running when they emerge from Victoria Station and continue southwards through the city centre to Piccadilly or Deansgate-Castlefield.
In 2009, Victoria was voted the worst category B interchange station in the United Kingdom.